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Among others was the proposal to start a Duronto Express ? was arrested and booked on charges of abetment to suicide, download Indian Express App More Related News Similarly those who have not done their job properly should ideally be punished. The reward will not go to the Senior Police Inspector of the police stationbut to the select team of policemen who have actually gone out and slogged on the streets? The registration of senior citizens and their domestic help has been on since May 2,Deputy Commissioner said the rates have been revised keeping in view the increasing market price of land. These rates will be applicable from April 1 across the district. In South East Asia, For all the latest India News, Separately.

deputy principal investigator of the Dawn mission, Under the project,it will help bring cheaper and fresh produce to your kitchen, Arya said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Neha Kulkarni | Mumbai | Published: September 26 2017 3:26 am A SpiceJet aircraft on September 9 had skidded off the main runaway following heavy rains in the city (Express File Photo) Related News DAYS after flight operations at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA) in Mumbai were severely affected due to a SpiceJet aircraft skidding off the main runway late September 19 after heavy rains aviation safety consultants believe the Mumbai International Airport Ltd (MIAL) may not be able to claim insurance for the losses incurred due to subsequent cancellation of multiple flights According to experts the incident may not be classified as an “accident” For MIAL cancellation of 181 flights on September 20 resulted in multiple losses — landing fees parking charges of the aircraft material and personnel services used at the airport paid by the airlines “In such cases MIAL may claim insurance from their insurers for the losses incurred on Wednesday They may ask SpiceJet to compensate them for losses incurred that day” said Mohan Ranganathan former instructor pilot of Boeing 737 and an aviation safety consultant On September 20 63 Jet Airways flights eight IndiGo flights three SpiceJet flights and one GoAir flight were cancelled Airlines claimed affected passengers were offered waiver of cancellation charges given refunds or adjusted on board larger aircraft to ferry them to their destinations The experts ruled out possibility of the operator hiking parking charges or infrastructure costs for the airlines in future as it needs to be done after consulting regulators including the Airports Authority of India (AAI) the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and the Ministry of Civil Aviation “In this scenario all the affected airlines and MIAL may want to claim an insurance Each airline will abide by the details of their insurance policy which could be used to avail the cost It may be difficult for MIAL to recover the same as the losses incurred may be much more than the premium costs paid” said a senior aviation safety consultant who has closely worked on framing national civil aviation policy “What happened with the SpiceJet aircraft that day was neither an accident nor an incident It was a runway excursion and thus MIAL would not be in a position to claim it as an incident” said Mark Martin CEO and founder at Martin Consulting an aviation advisory firm According to Martin each airline incurs a cost of about $6800 for flying each aircraft per hour on a daily basis “Banks may not be able to repay such higher costs either to MIAL or airlines This brings us to a larger question of whether aviation safety is practised to its best around Mumbai airport There is a need to decongest the airport sooner so that airlines can effectively use an alternative space during such days of calamities” he added A senior MIAL official however said the losses were “not much” “The losses are not much due to the cancellation of flights It was a natural calamity and could not be prevented We have not sustained major damage to the airport or the runway side We have not yet decided about claiming insurance” said the official Airlines including Jet Airways SpiceJet and GoAir refused to comment on the issue For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: April 12 2014 1:41 am Related News The functioning of the AICC media department seems to have undergone a transformation since former minister and party MP Ajay Maken took over Unlike earlier when party leaders were involved in media affairs now it’s mostly Maken’s own team comprising back-room workers loyal to him who run the show So much so that Secretary of the department Tom Vadakkan who has been running the show for over 15 years has to take instructions from these “outsiders” who are close to Maken This has caused unease and disgruntlement in the party but nobody is speaking out against Maken given his proximity to Rahul Gandhi ATTACK MODE THE Congress seems to have gone on overdrive to attack BJP’s PM candidate Narendra Modi for not revealing his marital status in earlier election affidavits Besides submitting a petition to the Election Commission the party not only held an exhaustive press conference on the issue through its woman spokesperson Shobha Ojha on Thursday but it also held two back to back press conferences on the same issue addressed by different spokespersons on Friday The first briefing was addressed by spokesperson Shakeel Ahmed and the other by Union minister Kapil Sibal who had submitted the petition to the EC A section of the party however remains apprehensive about the issue boomeranging on the party BOOK MARKED MADHU Kishwar’s focus on Narendra Modi does not end with one book It is learnt that she is working on another book targeting all those who have made allegations against Narendra Modi This book — she recently revealed — will feature the whole “rogue’s gallery” who have built a “web of deceit” around the BJP prime ministerial candidate It is expected that those whom Kishwar will attack in her book will include activist Teesta Setlavad former IAS officer Pradeep Sharma and former IB official Srikumar CAMPAIGN CONTROL FACED with ever increasing instances of politicians indulging in inflammatory speeches during election campaign and often having to depend on video footage provided by complainants the Election Commission has directed all Chief Electoral Officers to ensure that organisers in whose names permission is granted to hold rallies and public meetings are made to hand over two copies of unedited CDs of the speeches made during a rally or a public meeting within six hours of the completion of the event Those seeking permission to hold rallies and public meetings will be given written instructions to comply with this For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related Newsand London.Dixie Chicks, There must be a massive scale-up of efforts, For all the latest shlf1314 News.

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